Good news, Kansans: The state added 4,200 jobs in February. Now for the rest of the story.
The bulk of Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback’s income tax cut plan took effect in January 2013. So how has it done in spurring new jobs, the No. 1 reason he and the Legislature approved the tax reductions?
As the Legislature returns Monday, Kansans will count on certain lawmakers to push responsible bills to solve the state’s massive funding problems.
For the last few years, Gov. Sam Brownback has crowed about Kansas’ low unemployment rate and said it “proved” his tax cuts were creating more jobs.
The Kansas House on Wednesday put the first important nail in a coffin holding Gov. Sam Brownback’s destructive 2012 tax cuts.
The problem with being a Debbie Downer in politics is sometimes you don’t want to acknowledge what’s really going on if you didn’t cause it to happen. Consider new Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens.
It’s been awhile since we checked in to see if job growth has picked up on the Kansas side of the state line in the Kansas City metropolitan area after Gov. Sam Brownback’s tax cuts from 2012.
Donald Trump reportedly wants to do the same thing to America that Gov. Sam Brownback has done to Kansas: Cut taxes and wait for jobs to explode.
New facts released Friday continue to show that’s economic insanity.
Stephen Moore was the co-architect with Arthur Laffer of Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback’s 2012 income tax cuts. Now the leading economist for The Heritage Foundation is a top adviser for Donald Trump on his tax-cutting plan for America.
What could possibly go wrong (besides bankrupting the nation)?